MIDI Generating VST

Shuriken release Eckel based on the euclidian algorithm      01/12/08

MIDI Generating VST


Eckel is a MIDI generating VST based on the euclidian algorithm. Inspired by the blog at http://ruinwesen.com/blog?id=216 and the linked PDF.
Here's details directly from the operating manual...
There are 8 instances of the generating part. Pulse is the actual sounding beats, space is the space between the pulses. Speed is how fast they come, 0 is 4th 1 is 8th's etc. Note is the MIDI note that the algorithm spews out. How you actually make it work in your host is up to you to find out. Remember that Eckel sends MIDI note on and off's.
Pricing and Availability:
Free download.
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